Manchester United’s disappointing 1-1 draw with Tottenam Hotspur this weekend saw the slip to second in the English Pemier League table and more importantly 2 points behind leaders Arsenal. But the Red Devils have a never-say-die spirit and Man United defender Rio Ferdinand is trying to kindle this conviction among the Manchester United unit.
Setanta Sports quotes the player as saying that Man United have to pick themselves up now and carry on the chase for their 10th Premier League title. He says:
I’d like to think we’re not going to drop any more points. will try to win all our games if we can. The team that drops the least points wins the league and, hopefully, it will be us. We never say die, we never give up. You’ve seen us do it many times over the years, getting late equalisers and winners — and we managed to nick a draw. Tottenham made us work hard. You have to earn your points here and we managed to pick up a draw. You have to take it as a good point the way the game went.
Man United are still very much in the title race this season but don’t expect Arsenal or even Chelsea to make it any easier for them.